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Bonilla calls for the municipalization of the CESPT to demand payments “to the rich” and collect debts

TIJUANA BC, SEPTEMBER 16, 2023 – Addressing the residents of the Valle Verde neighborhood, where a community day was held, Senator Jaime Bonilla Valdez assured that to solve the problem of the lack of resources of the Tijuana State Public Services Commission (CESPT), the parastatal must be managed by the city councils and these must demand payment from debtors, especially from “the rich”.

Bonilla Valdez, political coordinator of the Labor Party (PT) in Baja California, explained the above, pointing out that the organization has major problems that are being solved by the local authorities, especially by the government of Governor Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda would have to. who loves traveling through US cities and has now announced that he will be touring South Korea and Japan “to thank the business people.”

“He spends his time traveling. It is better for him to stay there, the less harm he does to us,” said the former president of Baja California, pointing out that the problems that affect the population are not being addressed, “but they are doing it.” choose to travel and party.” She also supports companies that provide benefits to the governor, her husband Carlos Torres and businessmen who are friends with them or have similar interests.

“Governor travels to New York to open taco shop and pay millions to say ‘Welcome to Baja California.’ If we don’t have industrial parks, thanks to them there is no energy, they don’t solve the problem.” If we talk about the water industry and that the rich don’t pay, the Water Commission (CESPT) should be managed by the municipality so that they go there and can claim them,” he explained.

Bonilla Valdez reiterated that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador approved the proposal to build a photovoltaic plant to generate electricity in the entity, but that after assuming the governorship, Marina del Pilar stopped the project due to her personal interests, which had consequences there There are supply outages and the middle of summer, where 42 people have died of “heat stroke” and power outages continue.

“There are the consequences of a bad decision, when someone came into government who was not prepared to govern; he was willing to steal, not govern,” the PT senator said.

He repeated his criticism of the mayor of Tijuana, Monserrat Caballero Ramírez, who, in his opinion, is “running to the barracks” despite having 2,500 police officers under her command; and that she avoids going to the colonies because she feels unsafe.

“Do you believe that (Monserrat Caballero) will come, he comes to public events, when he leaves the barracks and goes to his office, he comes to an event with 70 elements of the National Guard, with five or ten armored trucks.” ; Why do you want to become local president? “I don’t understand it, on the contrary, if you don’t trust your police, change your police,” she said, also expressing that she will be “community president of a single administration.”

In his activities this Saturday, Bonilla Valdez toured an area of ​​high contamination in the neighborhood east of the city and offered support to neighbors participating in the Day of Peace.

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